Freshman One Acts: 2018
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Freshman One Acts
These hilarious and heartfelt performances are exclusively performed by the Neuqua Valley class of 2021. Each one act is directed by upperclassmen from Neuqua Valley. Show dates are January 19th & 20th at 7:00pm in the Black Box Theatre (please enter through door 10 located near the A-wing). Tickets are available at nvhstheatre.com as well as at the door. Pricing: $7 general admission.
Each night, 8 different One Act shows will be performed. Here is a synopsis of the 8 different shows (all One Act shows will be performed on each night):
By Adam Miller, Max Neilson, and Jayce Carlson
When a disagreement between two students almost becomes physical, their future selves intervene and warn of the impending fate based ultimately on one boy’s actions
Directed by Adam Miller and Max Neilson
The Birth of Womankind
By tlc Creative
After all the men are wiped out by a virus, the women comedically decide who to establish their society.
Directed by Lauren Voorhees and Jayce Carlson
By Mark O’Donnell
Jane and Dink are soon to wed, but their true feelings are exposed in a uniquely comedic way when their exes arrive and bring out their worst.
Directed by Madi Kornblum and Emma Lagman
The Tick of the Clock
By Ron Dune
Don, a victim of chronic lateness, loses all of the important things in his life until he stumbles upon a mysterious street vendor who gives him a watch to stop time.
Directed by Emily Sands and Evan Morales
By Paul Patton
A group of teens eagerly await a celebrity’s visit to their uneventful town.
Directed by Giorgia Dells, Erin Millhouse, and Lauren Scott
Henry the V Wheel
By Matt Thompson
Shakespeare’s most celebrated couples enjoy their time together while poor Henry V becomes, well, a fifth wheel
Directed by Ellie MacDonnell
The Future Is In Your Tiny Hands
By Jonathan Rand
It’s time for the student president election at Crazytown Elementary school where Kaitlyn and Eddie face off against each other and answer the most difficult questions kids can have: do girls have cooties?, how do you feel about tater tots? and more!
Directed by Eleanor Giacalone and Sami Casten
By Sami Ackerman, Ryan Adams, and Lauren Fisher
Kim and Steve find a penny on the ground, but before they can pick it up, different wacky versions of themselves come back from future dimensions to try to change the past.
Directed by Sami Ackerman, Ryan Adams, and Lauren Fisher
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